New York Fashion Week, Fall/Winter 2016. Catwalk shows
The American brand of women’s clothing Anna Sui famous for unusual combinations of things and style of boho-chic. Anna Sui can skillfully combines unconnected things, and her new spring-summer collection has turned a bright, exciting and eclectic.
Inspired by London of 1960s, which was at that time the heart of the youth subculture rebellion, the designer presented a bright, sometimes even motley outfits in gipsy style. However, she combines them with old-fashioned, but romantic styles. Also in the collection presented cocktail dresses in the style of baby-doll, jacquard suits, flared pants, coats and bright scarves, loose blouses with high collars, as though were borrowed from the Edwardian era.
The designer Gilles Mendel, known for his lavish furs and sexy dresses, one of the last presented the autumn-winter collection. In fall season he successfully combines the glamor and sporty style. The collection consists of pin-striped sheared mink coats and jackets in black with white or red, wide pants and shiny tops. Mendel also presented a large amount of dresses: with embroidery, sequins, and with tricky cutouts. And viewers enjoyed spruce-hued mink coats worn over a shell and wide-leg pants that reemphasized the sporting spirit of the coming season.